After a busy week, we relaxed by reading stories to year 3.
This week, we joined forces with year 3 to practice for Sports Day. We enjoyed practising egg and spoon races, football dribbling, bean bag throwing and long jump.
On Thursday, Year 5 adventured into London to visit the National Science Museum. The children were in awe of some of the exhibitions and are looking forward to bring their findings into their learning of Science. You were really well behaved! Well done Year 5.
Through Term 6, Year 5 will continue their CACT sessions which offer them booster sessions to support their English and Maths learning, through technology. The penultimate week will be the last session for the children of Year 5.
Science - In Science, we are continuing to study the unit 'Properties and Changes of Materials'. This week the children wanted to investigate what happened when three fluids mixed (water, oil and food colouring). The children explained that we could follow this up by creating lava lamps.
Computing - In Term 6, we have started to look at the Purple Mash unit 'Online Safety'. This week, our children used the 2Connect feature to create mind-maps as a class around different questions and videos.
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